The WA State Budget will be handed down on Thursday 12 May 2022 and WACOSS will once again be offering a briefing to our members on what the implications are for them, the broader sector and the community.
The WACOSS team will be working late into the night to develop fact sheets and detailed analysis on how the State Budget will impact the community services sector and vulnerable people in our community; the people we all represent and advocate for.
WACOSS Leader of Policy and Research, Chris Twomey, and Senior Policy Officer, Eva Perroni, will present this analysis on Friday 13 May from 2:00pm via Zoom.
Joining them will be special guests from WA State Treasury, Michael Andrews and Alistair Jones, who will provide a summary presentation of the State Budget in areas relevant to the community service sector after which they will be invited to participate in a conversation with the community services sector in the issues that matter to you.
This is a free event for members, but is open for anyone to join. This year WACOSS will be hosting the event entirely online via zoom due to the potential for COVID-19 restrictions to still be in place. Details on how to join the zoom call will be made available to all who register closer to the date.
For non-members who wish to attend there will be a cost of $45 per person. Become a WACOSS member for as little as $15 per year and get access to critical sector events and news.
Register for the event and a link to the Zoom presentation will be shared before the event.